The Tottenham midfielder is one of the best and most talented players in the current Three Lions’ squad.
However, there are doubts over the ability of the 20-year-old former Milton Keynes Dons star to keep his cool.
Alli missed the final three Premier League games of the 2015-16 season due to suspension for throwing an off-the-ball punch at West Bromwich Albion’s Claudio Yacob.
Kane, though, is confident that his Tottenham and England international teammate Alli will not make the same mistake in France.
The Tottenham striker has also spoken about a speech that Wayne Rooney gave at a gathering on Wednesday.
The Manchester United forward is the England captain, and Kane has praised Rooney for trying to inspiring Roy Hodgson’s side.
"He was just giving us past experiences, what he went through,” Kane told The Independent about Rooney’s speech. “What to look out for because there's a lot of us haven't been to a major tournament.
“We'll keep it between us but it was great of him to stand up and give us an insight into what he's been through at previous tournaments. It was about experiences he's had, what to look out for, what he found tough and it was good to hear.”
“I think he's learned from that,” Kane told The Daily Mail about Alli learning from his three-match ban. “He knows international football is a lot more strict than the Premier League, he'll be doing all he can and I'm sure he'll be keeping his head and keep his cool. I'm sure he'll have learned from stuff in the past.”
Kane scored 25 goals and created 44 chances in 38 Premier League appearances for Tottenham this past season.